World Cup 2010 Stadium, Polokwane, South Africa

Polokwane’s stadium for the 2010 World Cup is the Peter Mokaba stadium. The ground is one of five new stadiums that will be built for the World Cup after plans to expand the existing Peter Mokaba stadium were rejected in favour for a brand new design which will cost around $154,000,000. Therefore, the new arena is to be located just five kilometres from the city centre and the already existing stadium.

What the stadium may look like?

 The ground is named after Peter Mokaba who is a former leader of the ANC Youth league. When completed in 2010, the stadium will hold 46,000 supporters although that is still the third lowest capacity of all the grounds being built for the 2010 World Cup. All in all, the new stadium will only host four group games.

Peter Mokaba


2 Responses to “World Cup 2010 Stadium, Polokwane, South Africa”

  1. droma badru Says:

    i don’t think the capacity of the stadium will be enough.b’se its gonna take place in africa where i assume some people near by the neighbouring c’tries gonna utilize the litle they have in near come 2010 world cup.

  2. godwin Says:

    am happy for the hosting the greatest tournament in south african,this is the world cup hoping to be there,that having no money for in and out ticket, wishing,whoever is going to this tournament much obed the rules in all beautful placse around the counrty thanks, good luck south african and ghana

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